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that if the lions win the election, mitt romney. the san francisco giants wind, obama is favored. we also look at the redskins record, and they will be playing the carolina panthers in the final game, and the redskins are slightly favored. and if they win, the incumbent is likely to win. just so you have that. now, onto our election panel. in today's abc -- excuse me, in tuesday's abc news "washington post" poll, romney and obama were separated by seven hundredths of 1%. i don't think i've ever seen anything that close. we're going to turn to michael first to talk about where he sees the election at this point and then henry will take a look at ohio, the state we're all watching most closely. and, finally, norm look at the senate, compared with and house races. michael, let's begin. >> thank you very much, karlyn, and this is been an exciting election season here. i think we all pretty much agree we have something of a sea change or significant change in this election after the tour will -- the first debate between barack obama and mitt romney. it seemed to transform the race. before it obama
. patrick is never going to do a million of these. >> is he manufacturing them? >> in san francisco, yeah. >> it's an important thing. people are starting to build out the narrative around the product, you know, knowing the person who makes the product is an important part of the removal -- [inaudible] [inaudible] of information around product. that's what we suffered from for thirty years. that's what allowed us push stuff overseas. it's still in my shop, it's made local, right? it's not. what people starting to question is what -- is the story. you know, they know the guy who -- mark tells that story with real pride because he knows the guy. you know, and that's what we find our customers as well. their customers know them, and have a personal relationship to them. and that's vitally important. because it's about reinvigorating a social contract. >> i think i would attribute that to facebook as helping raise the bar with the expectations that you should know what your money is going to and what you're funding or what you're buying. because now it's easy to know the story behind the stor
the disadvantaged, the people who live somewhere between san francisco and new york. we have to explain to them how to fail and why failure is so important. and what we have in america at the moment is this increasing die cot myization between a narrow elite maybe on the west coast, east coast, an elite of people who are deeply entrepreneurial and who use this idea of failure to become incredibly successful. and the rest of the country that has no grasp of what it means to fail and why failure or is so important. so i'm not saying failure isn't important. what i am saying is that there's a certain kind of parochialism to our discussion about failure. most of the world isn't listening. most of the world doesn't understand why failure is important, and that's why i guess we need to teach what it means to be an entrepreneur to people outside silicon valley and what it means to be an entrepreneur is taking risks, is opening one's self up. and that requires a degree of confidence, it requires good education. so it comes to some of the core problems, i think, facing america. but what most worries me, and
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